Royal National Throat, Nose, and Ear Hospital set for comprehensive redevelopment. Online Q&A to be held on Tuesday 25th August 2020. Continue reading Major Redevelopment on Gray’s Inn Road
Radical planning reforms proposed today would see Section 106 and Community Infrastructure Levy replaced with a single levy, the ‘Infrastructure Levy’. Continue reading Breaking: Section 106 to be Abolished
An online Q&A with the developers and planners of Belgrove House is being held today, 25th June, from 19:00-21:00. Developers and planners will appear on video link while other participants can simply type questions as appropriate from the comfort of … Continue reading Online Belgrove Q&A Today at 19:00
Work to ensure that redevelopment of Belgrove House respects the heritage of the area has taken a new turn as it is discovered that Camden made a significant error in their assessment of the site’s historic interest. Camden are required … Continue reading Camden make Significant Error in Belgrove House Assessment
To all those who have received an email update about the Birds of Bloomsbury, the webpage (which can be found here) also contains a recording of the song of each bird. For some reason the recordings did not load in the email. Continue reading Note: Birds of Bloomsbury
Camden meets QAM in a battle between common sense and absolute stupidity. All that is wrong with Camden has been highlighted in a short incident in the past week which has been afflicting residents of Queen Alexandra Mansions, Judd Street. Last week residents woke to find a key-box had been attached to the wall of QAM’s back entrance. This usually signifies that an owner of a flat has begun to rent it out on AirBnb, which is not permitted in QAM. Usually AirBnb hosts would make some effort to ‘hide’ their key-box but this individual had placed it in plain … Continue reading Camden: The Epitome of Stupid
The name of the game is to get as many people on board with this movement as possible. The more people that know the Law, and what they can do, the better. Knowledge is power. As you may have seen, the only defence the Council has left is that people don’t know of their failings. As that wall begins to fall, they will be forced to restore some cleanliness to our streets, as indeed, has already begun to happen. This will make our neighbourhoods safer, and business more profitable. Use the buttons below to share this website, or copy and … Continue reading Spread the word.
Evidence for you to verify, and various titbits that you may find interesting. Appendix 1 – Evidence Appendix 2 – The Chase in Full Appendix 3 – Litter Fines and the Future Appendix 4 – Useful Websites Continue reading Appendices
Pages detailing how you can help, and who to contact in the Council. What you should do. Make your voice heard. Please also share this website on social media and with those you think might be interested – it seems like a pointless thing to do, but it does a huge amount in helping raise awareness and spreading the word. Link to share: https://bloomsburylitter.home.blog/ And consider subscribing to updates, to keep up to date on what we have been doing. Continue reading How to help
THE LAW It is essential to verify facts. You can do so on our Government’s website recording UK law: Environmental Protection Act 1990 The legislation which our Council should be lawfully following, also covering many other things, such as noise and pollution. Section 89 Section 89 deals with the Council’s duty to keep the streets clear of litter. Section 91 Section 91 deals with the court procedures against Councils, and Litter Abatement Orders. Code of Practice on Litter and Refuse The Code of Practice is in many ways the most incriminating document. I highly recommend looking over this document, if … Continue reading Appendix 4: Useful Websites.